sumatrana Felder, 1874, Reise öst. Fregatte Novara,
Lep. Het.: pl. 116, f. 5.
sumatrana magnimargo Holloway, 1976: 34.
and taxonomic note. The wings are very dark brown, edged narrowly with creamy white
margins that are broader in females. Examination of Bornean males and females
from elsewhere has confirmed that this difference in marginal width is sexual
dimorphism rather than having a geographical basis as suggested by Holloway
(1976), hence magnimargo should not be attributed subspecific
range. Sumatra, Singapore, Peninsular Malaysia,
preference. The only three Bornean specimens seen are from 1620m on G.
Kinabalu, from 1465m on Bukit Retak and from lowland forest at 170m near the
Danum Valley Field Centre; material from the other Sundaland localities is
mostly from the lowlands.
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